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In memoriam Mozarella

A cache by pok and cicok Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 01/24/2002
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Get a big chequered blanket and some goodies to eat and go visit THE PLACE. You will enjoy a splendid view, on summer nights there’s even a theater though you cannot hear it.

Dear Cachers!

To make your search a bit less easy, we prepared a little poem about this otherwise obvious place.

A small cache-song

An old roman church is the place.
The name of the place begins with ZS
And somewhere in the word comes a B
The end of the puzzle might well be
It’s ÉK to find the village or OK
Because it’s a good reason and OK
To go and find it this same winter
Even if you’re not a good seeker.
A motorbike might take you there
A truck’s too large and not much help.
Baby or granny may also come
And trekkers are welcome any time.
But just a few weeks and it’s all dry
You can go by car if that’s you like.

This is a good place to meditate
A spendid view and the roman age.
There’s no cheese so do not look for it.
There’s the church, the view, and some weed.
Little Mozarella was a rat
We named after him our first cache.

(Translator’s note: The name of the village is Zsámbék)

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